KWW

AcronymDefinition
KWWKommentierte Webliographie Wirtschaftsdeutsch (German: Annotate German Economy Webliography)
KWWKent and the Wider World (educational charity; UK)
KWWKite Warren and Wilson Ltd. (UK)
KWWKvaerner Warnow Werft GmbH (German shipyard)
KWWKerkennians World Wide (listing of people from the Islands of Kerkennah who live overseas)
KWWKastner Westman & Wilkins, LLC (law firm)
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He said KWW had provided 900 financially vulnerable families with free connections to the province's water network, which would normally cost them 420,000 riel ($104).
In the equation is used the Kohlrausch-WilliamsWatts (KWW) function (Williams & Watts,1970).
Since the application of KWW equation to a complete correlation with the microscopic dynamics in a real system is as yet lacking, (35) our target was to quantify the effects seen in the data and test the prediction of a modified KWW equation.
Knowledge of the World of Work (KWW): This is a nine-item instrument measuring respondents' knowledge of different occupations.
Bergman [46] modified the KWW function for fitting approach in the frequency domain and the imaginary part of electric modulus was approximated as:
The parameter [beta] in the above KWW model is representative of the state of a polymer; hence that may be used to investigate the changes seen in the polyurethane coating subjected to accelerated weathering.
The European Commission approved a total amount of DM 1,247 million restructuring aid for KWW by four Decisions between 1993 and 1995.
It is these wide spectra of response times, themselves the result of the prevailing significant dynamic heterogeneity of the materials behavior, that yield the experimental KWW extended exponential behavior, also theoretically predicted in all our previous [4, 6, 12, 20] and present work (cf.
But since the actual losses turned out to be DM 119.3 million (Euro 61 million) lower than the loss compensation paid to the yard, the Commission has doubts whether this excess amount falls within EU state aid rules for the steel sector.Kvaerner Warnow Werft GmbH (KWW), a subsidiary of Norwegian Kvaerner A.S., is the biggest undertaking in Rostock-Warnemunde employing around 1,300 workers.